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de Icaza: Unix sucks

Author: JT Smith

Miguel de Icaza delivered a speech “designed to insult everybody,” including fans of Unix, during the Ottawa Linux Symposium, reports Linux Weekly News.

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Eazel: The future of the open-source desktop

Author: JT Smith

Salon.com reviews emerging GUI player Eazel, and raves about the possibilities.

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  • Linux

Linux Interactive Joins NixFreak Network

Author: JT Smith

LinuxPR tells us that Linux Interactive is the latest site to be included in the NixFreak Network.

AbiWord Weekly News

Author: JT Smith

AbiSource reports good progress on its AbiWord project.

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  • Linux

Corporate E-Mail Snooping and You

Author: JT Smith

ABCNews.com publishes this story about a new study that says companies are spending big bucks on e-mail surveillance software.

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  • Linux

Hollywood Attacks Digital Movie Piracy

Author: JT Smith

Computer News Daily reports that “Scour,” a Web exchange that helps people find downloads of full-length movies on the ‘Net, is coming under fire.

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  • Linux

Sim City 3000 Now Available for Linux

Author: JT Smith

CNN.com tells us that Maxis has ported this popular game to Linux.

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MP3Board Adds Service to Destroy Links to Sites

Author: JT Smith

Yahoo! reports that copyright holders can now use “Link Blaster” to eliminate unauthorized links to their music files.

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  • Linux

European Law Prevents Software Patents

Author: JT Smith

From WiredNews.com … It may be illegal, but Linux-Verband says the European patent office has been issuing software-related patents.

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  • Linux

osOpinion: What Went Wrong With Mozilla?

Author: JT Smith

Monty Manley calls Mozilla a ‘sorry example’ of open source collaboration.

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